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The Servant

The Servant was an English alternative rock band, formed in London in 1998 by vocalist/guitarist Dan Black, bassist Matt Fisher, and drummer Trevor Sharpe, with guitarist Chris Burrows joining soon thereafter. They are popular in France, Spain, Switzerland, and Italy, as well as other European countries. The band released two EPs, Mathematics in 1999 and With the Invisible in 2000, before achieving commercial success with their self-titled LP The Servant in 2004. An instrumental version of "Cells" was featured in the trailer for the film Sin City, and the vocal versions ...read more

The Servant was an English alternative rock band, formed in London in 1998 by vocalist/guitarist Dan Black, bassist Matt Fisher, and drummer Trevor Sharpe, with guitarist Chris Burrows joining soon thereafter. They are popular in France, Spain, Switzerland, and Italy, as well as other European countries. The band released two EPs, Mathematics in 1999 and With the Invisible in 2000, before achieving commercial success with their self-titled LP The Servant in 2004. An instrumental version of "Cells" was featured in the trailer for the film Sin City, and the vocal versions of "Cells" and "Body" were included in the Transporter 2 soundtrack. This was the first major exposure to non-European audiences. Since the Sin City trailer, there has been significant U.S. interest in their records and demands for live concerts. The band, however, decided to focus on touring in Europe. On November 26, 2007, The Servant announced via their MySpace blog that they were splitting up "to move on to pastures new". « hide

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LPs
How to Destroy a Relationship
2006

2.9
9 Votes
The Servant
2004

3.8
16 Votes
EPs
With the Invisible
2000

3.5
5 Votes
Mathematics
1999

4.3
6 Votes

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